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Comedy Night with Atheist Stand-Up Comedians Keith Lowell Jensen & Johnny Taylor

Keith Lowell Jensen is a freethinking, atheist comedian. He has performed at The American Atheists 50th Anniversary Convention in Austin, TX, Reasonfest in Lawrence, KS, and Skepticon in Springfield, MO as well as at clubs around the country.

He has three albums out including his latest Elf Orgy, out on Stand Up! Records. Jensen has appeared on Spike TV, The History Channel, and the Starz network. He founded The Coexist Comedy Tour and stars in the film of the same name, currently running on Starz and playing at select theatres. Jensen's comedy special Cats Made of Rabbits is available through Video On Demand starting May 20th.

"Keith never fails to make me laugh and think. Smart, funny and with a healthy dose of heart...he's rapidly become one of my favorite comedians." -Matt Dillahunty, The Atheist Experience

"Keith Lowell Jenses is drop-dead, laugh-until-you-scream-and-it-hurts funny... with humor that relies on intelligence, perspective, and compassion. That makes him a rare bird. Like the condor, or the Abbott's Booby. Or something." -Greta Christina

"True fact: Every American film of the last two decades would be improved by digitally replacing Keanu Reeves with Keith Lowell Jensen doing a comedy riff. And hot lesbians." -David Fitzgerald, author of the Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion

Johnny Taylor has, in just two short years, lit up the Northern California comedy scene. He is a favorite of Brian Posehn and Robin Williams. He performed with Ha Ha Heathens at The Imagine No Religion festival in Kamloops, BC. He is set to record his first full length comedy album this summer at the legendary Throckmorton Theater.

Admission is $8.

At the Curious Comedy Theater (5225 NE Martin Luther King Blvd, Portland, OR 97211). Go to their website for more info:

Please visit the Facebook event page as well, and send an invitation to your friends!

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  • Chris N.

    I don't see mention of an entry fee for the show - can you tell me how much it is?

    May 16, 2013

    • Chris N.

      Thanks, Jesse. I got mine online - not sure if it's the same at the door, I wasn't able to tell from the website.

      May 23, 2013

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